Adjunct Instructor, SociologyCampus:
Newton CampusJob Number:
Fall Semester 2022Job Category:
Adjunct FacultyApplication & Position Contact Information:
Sveta Miller at [email protected] or 641-791-1720Salary Information:
$956 per Equivalent Credit Hour (ECH)Job Summary:
Temporary, part-time instructor for Spring semester 2022.Essential Functions:
Various Sociology courses, days and times to be determined.
Teaches assigned courses in accordance with course competencies and syllabi. Develops and/or utilizes a variety of instructional strategies, techniques and delivery methods designed to meet the individual learning styles of students. Fosters a safe and civil learning environment. Informs students about course requirements, evaluation procedures, and attendance policies. Monitors, evaluates, and documents student attendance, progress and competency attainment.Required Qualifications:
Master’s degree in Sociology or any Master’s degree with 18 graduate semester credits in Sociology.Desired Qualifications:
Demonstrated effectiveness working with populations having diverse values, and/or coming from varied cultures and backgrounds.
Teaching experience.Work Schedule:
Various Sociology courses, days and times to be determined.Posting Date:
09/01/2021Open Until Filled:
YesSpecial Instructions to Applicants:
THIS VACANCY REQUIRES: Attachment of transcripts to your electronic application. Transcripts must contain the applicant’s name and degrees conferred. Scanned copies are acceptable.Quick Link for Postings:
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